- n. A female given name.
- Short form of Eleanor or, rarely, of Honora. (Wiktionary)
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“Piano-playing cat Nora is a YouTube viral video sensation – check out the piano-playing cat and her owners in this Today show video clip.”
“In fact, Nora is his ex-wife - and she has swallowed several bottles of sleeping pills.”
“Because Nora is in a specialized program for those with mild to moderate memory impairment, Ms. Sanichar checks in frequently with Joan about her progress.”
“And then he finds that forgotten photograph under the bed (ironically, the only flaw in Nora's plan).”
“He could REALLY be JUST interested in Nora for Nora, hows that?”
“Nora is acting like she is dating a 20 year old, not someone that is approaching 50?”
“It means that when he expresses his patrician values, principally the idea that his wife Nora is nothing more than an extension of himself, we find them disturbing but also credible.”
“The unfolding of the main character, Nora, is brilliant.”
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